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"The PrimeGrid Challenge Series is an annual competition based on the results of monthly/bi-monthly challenges. The purpose of the Challenge is to spotlight a specific project within PrimeGrid's family of projects as well as to offer a little "healthy" competition for PrimeGrid's participants. It is also an opportunity for people to learn more about each specific project and have fun doing it."

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Pierre de Fermat's Birthday Challenge: November 17-20 (12:00 UTC)
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I know it's hard to drum up interest in math projects, so I might be alone in these competitions. However, I find competitions are when I'm enjoying Boinc the most.smile.gif

Looks like Beercan and Gorgotha are already competing. thumb.gif
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I may be able to run the GPU's if/when I am back home on Saturday night.

 

 

I too find Boinc more enjoyable during competitions :sonic:

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I was already running PG PPS Sieve. I'll switch over to 17 low on a 1070 and 1070 Ti. RAC seems to be lower on the lower GFN numbers.
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I know it's hard to drum up interest in math projects, so I might be alone in these competitions. However, I find competitions are when I'm enjoying Boinc the most.smile.gif

Looks like Beercan and Gorgotha are already competing. thumb.gif

Yeah I put my gpu's on it for fun. I am usually medical only but ever since I found that mega prime I am hooked so I run some projects. I started late but still gained around 150 spots so far biggrin.gif to bad I sold most of my 980/ti's and have 2 of my 1080's waiting on wc parts frown.gif
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Ha, and I'm traveling, having left all my computers unplugged following some spectacular equipment failure in the local power grid.
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Looks like we are moving up the ranks. Currently at 13th place.

I wonder if we can break the Top Ten? thinking.gif
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You guys are smoking. I've added my 580 to the mix.
post #9 of 20
Sure, why not give it a whirl - I'm in as well ^_^
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I can throw some 1080's at it.
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